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Keto, Cow Diet and other restrictive diets are popular. This is because they often work. People adopt a diet, and they see results, sometimes dramatically, although often in the short term.
"Does he / she not look great?" Is what you are often here? But my question, as a registered dietitian, is: "Yes, but how they do it feel? "
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You see, a restrictive diet or diet that requires you to destroy food or nutritional groups can have a negative effect on the brain.
Here are three things I often see in my work with customers.
1. Increased craving can become obsessive.
Tell someone that they can not have a peanut butter diet (ahems, Paleo) and they would most likely like peanut butter. Tell them that they can eat only a few masculine carbohydrates (hema, keto) every day, and suddenly every pizza of deep food, bowls and pasta and bread loaf look even more delicious.